A show with both the cutting edge and a powerful comedian to command a stage – Bev Killick’s life has become all about boobs since she landed a role in the much-aired Berlei Ad for the Uplifting Tour of Australia and was asked to perform as a Bosum Buddy of Busting Out! Of course she accepted the Busting Out! offer and got a huge kick out of hearing people laugh their tits off as she got her tits out.

Bev Killick is from the bold and brassy school of stand up, delivering a non-stop energetic set every time. As soon as she blasts her way on stage, you know you’re in for a treat. Bev is likeable, bawdy and real.

Bevs ability to get a crowd laughing non-stop each and every time, came to the attention of the Producer’s of the worldwide sensation Puppetry of the Penis. They offered Bev the opportunity to travel with the show as their opening Act. Bev jumped at the offer and travelled around Australia performing to more than 250,000 people.

Since then Bev has worked with Weird Al Yankovic, Gina Riley and Jane Turner as a guest cameo on Kath and Kim. She was a panel member on Beauty and the Beast, a special guest on the hit show Pizza, married her Lighting Guy on Surprise Wedding, beat the blokes on Joker Poker, was nominated for a Green Room Award for Most Innovative Cabaret Show for her show Sic Women, which she performed at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival and appeared on the ABC’s MDA. Most recently Bev has voiced the character of “Aunty Mavis” in the animated feature film ‘Little Johnny’

With Michael Hing Following sell-out Melbourne and Sydney Comedy Festival shows, Michael Hing, avid socialist, consistent hypocrite (also comedian), gets down to Happy’s for his politically-charged rants on life living as Michael Hing

“Michael Hing, is wicked smart and one of the funniest f**king comics I have ever seen, with his standout, unique and hilarious psycho rantings.” Jamie Kilstein, Citizen Radio

“Definitely one of the best local stand ups at this year’s festival.” The Pun

“Hilarious. ★★★★★ Meld Magazine

Michael isn’t so much telling jokes anymore as he is dealing with his issues.” Sidney Critic